Beginners in 3D design often make the same mistakes: they look for easy ways and grab niches with a low entry threshold.
As a result:
Immediately after training, beginners are forced to catch orders on freelance exchanges
We have to compete with dumping colleagues for the client's attention
They receive the 50-100 thousand promised in the niche per month, but only if they pick up a lot of orders (in other words, they will work from morning to night)
And only with time, with experience and with the accumulated customer base, it becomes easier. And there is another option — you can initially go down a more difficult path, but get advantages.
In the learning process:
You will learn how to model absolutely any objects, starting from cabinet furniture and ending with complex multi-faceted objects
You will understand all the technical features of 3D modeling: simulation of fabrics and physics, texturing, crease creation
Master the construction of the correct typology of objects
You will learn valuable life hacks (which we have been saving up in practice for 10 years!): how to speed up work, make the model easier, adjust lighting and many more useful things
You will work out in practice everything that a good 3D modeler needs to know, with our help and feedback
Will you assemble a full-fledged portfolio or significantly replenish the existing one